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2:00. Sign in to see videos available to you. Movie Locations The travel agency where Michel tries to get his money was also opposite this road. Godard's playful tribute to the Hollywood pulp crime movies of the 1940s, executed with typically Gallic cool. Film noir 1963 105 mins Director: Jean-Pierre Melville. The Arc was a pivot from which to explore other locations, with Godard’s lack of budget meaning I never had to go too far to understand how the sites fitted together. Following the Arc around again, I found a cinema from the film that does still survive today: Cinéma Mac-Mahon, where Patricia loses her own tailing cop, is running on avenue Mac-Mahon. It is fast, quick, free and on top of that to look at. It was hosting a retrospective of Pépé le Moko (1937) director Julien Duvivier at the time of my visit. After taking the Métro again, I headed in the direction of Opéra, to the boulevard des Italiens, where Michel and Patricia are seen walking and arguing surrounded by people. Film noir 1960 90 mins Select the department you want to search in. Why..?. Sign up for BFI news, features, videos and podcasts. All rights reserved. Bergman’s magisterial and sumptuous portrait of a 20th-century Swedish family. The first in Jean-Pierre Melville’s great series of thrillers is a dazzlingly intricate tale of deadly suspicion and betrayal. Slightly further along is the bar where Patricia finally informs on Michel to the police. The street was empty on the early morning of my visit, the bars now replaced with McDonalds and other chains. Registered charity 287780, Sign up for all the latest news from BFI Player, Contains mild language, sex references and violence. Michelangelo Antonioni's masterpiece stars Marcello Mastroianni and Jeanne Moreau as a couple re-examining their emotional bonds. In reality, the apartment is only round the corner on rue Campagne-Première, the final location for the film. Jean-Luc Godard’s extraordinary debut feature, an insouciant and iconoclastic crime film that paved the way for the French New Wave. With its jump cuts turning reality into an exciting blaze of imagery, Godard’s film confirmed the critics-turned-filmmakers of the French New Wave as a force to be reckoned with. Published: 10 Jun 2010 . Video availability outside of United Kingdom varies. Try again. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness. But the grave I came to see was Jean Seberg’s, who was taken from us far before her time and under the most tragic of circumstances. Jean-Luc Godard’s extraordinary debut feature was this insouciant and iconoclastic crime film, which almost singlehandedly changed the face of French cinema and went on to inspire countless New Waves around the world. Heading back to the Champs-Élysées, it took some time to figure out exactly where the film’s most famous scene – our introduction to Seberg, as she’s advertising the newspaper – was shot. Breathless subtitles. Jean-Luc Godard, 1960 ... Watch a clip. Featuring a magnetic performance from Susan Wokoma, this Nigerian thriller sees an intermediary between convicts and their victims risk everything when searching for her missing 10-year-old daughter. A vital and tenacious documentary grappling with the trauma of female genital mutilation. As with many of his peers from the New Wave, from François Truffaut to Jacques Rivette, Godard’s canvas is the city of Paris. I continued in the opposite direction down rue Dante onto boulevard Saint-Germain and followed it all of the way down to number 149. In memory of the film, the bar is now called À bout de souffle. Film noir 2010 107 mins Director: Pablo Trapero. Subscribe to watch - 14-day free trial, then £4.99 a month. All rights reserved. Documentary 2018 73 mins Director: Sean McAllister. With all of these elements in flux, Paris is the one solid constant, only occasionally bowing to Godard’s needs in the edit (often during the film’s many car journeys). The café is now an Emporio Armani shop, though the view out to the street that Godard captured is largely intact. À bout de souffle (1960) Trailer. Travelling or based outside United Kingdom? “The revolution is not a dinner-party.” Jean-Luc Godard's mix of mordant satire, pedagogical treatise, political tract, and pop-artwork.

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